The New Physics and Its Evolution

Lucien POINCARÉ (1862 - 1920)

The end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century marked a new era in the study of physics. It seemed as though everything that was thought to be known was being called into question. This book attempts to summarize some of the most critical discoveries and theories in the decade or so leading up to its publication in a relatively non-technical fashion, and provides insight into our understanding of the world in the midst of the modern physics revolution. - Summary by Patrick Wells

Proof Listening by Linny and TriciaG

Genre(s): Astronomy, Physics & Mechanics

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Evolution of Physics MaryAnn
00:25:07
Play 02 Measurements - Part 1 Patrick McHaffie
00:30:08
Play 03 Measurements - Part 2 Patrick McHaffie
00:24:55
Play 04 Principles - Part 1 Patrick McHaffie
00:38:41
Play 05 Principles - Part 2 Patrick McHaffie
00:28:45
Play 06 Principles - Part 3 Patrick McHaffie
00:32:08
Play 07 The Various States of Matter - Part 1 James Goffin
00:28:10
Play 08 The Various States of Matter - Part 2 James Goffin
00:21:23
Play 09 Solutions and Electrolytic Dissociation zvanstanley
00:38:23
Play 10 The Ether - Part 1 dg73
00:38:01
Play 11 The Ether - Part 2 dg73
00:35:52
Play 12 Wireless Telegraphy Patrick McHaffie
00:48:48
Play 13 The Conductivity of Gases and the Ions THBosc
00:36:04
Play 14 Cathode Rays and Radioactive Bodies - Part 1 Availle
00:26:04
Play 15 Cathode Rays and Radioactive Bodies - Part 2 Availle
00:29:24
Play 16 The Ether and Matter Landis Davidson
00:41:41
Play 17 The Future of Physics J. M. Smallheer
00:09:12